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Urgent ‘do not eat’ warning for trendy granola sold in Tesco, Waitrose and Ocado as food safety chiefs warn it may contain STONES

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  • Warning applies to Rude Health Low Sugar Hazelnut Almond Granola

Food safety watchdogs have put a ‘do not eat’ warning on Rude Health’s low sugar almond and hazelnut granola, which costs up to £3.70

A trendy granola sold in stores including Tesco, Waitrose and Ocado has been urgently recalled over fears it may contain stones.

Food safety watchdogs have put a ‘do not eat’ warning on Rude Health’s low sugar almond and hazelnut granola, which costs up to £3.70.

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) said the possible presence of stones made it “unsafe to eat”.

It said: ‘This product may contain small stones that could be a choking hazard and could possibly cause harm if bitten.’

Rude Health has recalled three lots with best before dates of April 17, May 11, and June 12, 2024.

No other products are affected, the firm said.

Rude Health markets the 400g box of granola, which contains 2g of sugar per serving, as plant-based.

It boasts that it’s made with “brilliant ingredients” and “nothing artificial.”

A description of the product in Waitrose reads: ‘There’s so much texture and flavor in this Granola that you won’t notice we’ve taken away some of the sweet stuff.

“Don’t worry, there’s nothing artificial to replace it, just almonds and hazelnuts, baked with our oats for a delicious and satisfying crunch.”

Any customer who purchased the affected granola, sold in a blue box, can return it to the store for a full refund.

Rude Health recalled three lots with best before dates of April 17, May 11 and June 12, 2024. No other products are affected, the company said.

Rude Health recalled three lots with best before dates of April 17, May 11 and June 12, 2024. No other products are affected, the company said.

It comes after packages of Krispy Kreme donuts were recalled last week because they may have contained peanuts that are not listed on the label.

The packaging error only affected the White Chocolate and Raspberry Summer four-pack.

Food safety watchdogs warned that the product posed a “potential health risk to anyone allergic to peanuts.”

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